John C. Hawkes Quotes

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John C. Hawkes quotes: When I started writing fiction, I knew how good it was immediately. When I started writing fiction, I knew how good it was immediately.
John C. Hawkes quotes: In The Lime Twig I took two very young people and made them very old. In The Lime Twig I took two very young people and made them very old.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I didn't know what kind of jobs, because how was I prepared? At best, I would be an AB in English. I didn't know what kind of jobs, because how was I prepared? At best, I would be an AB in English.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I had to go to Sunday school once or twice in my life, and that's where I commented someplace on hearing. I had to go to Sunday school once or twice in my life, and that's where I commented someplace on hearing.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I was not typical. Whatever typical or normal is, I was somehow separated and different. I was not typical. Whatever typical or normal is, I was somehow separated and different.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I remember my mother finding mud somehow and putting it on the sting. I remember my mother finding mud somehow and putting it on the sting.
John C. Hawkes quotes: My father's parents were Irish. Only a year before my father died, he and I went back to Ireland for a week to look at the old homestead. My father's parents were Irish. Only a year before my father died, he and I went back to Ireland for a week to look at the old homestead.
John C. Hawkes quotes: The only thing that exists is torment, lyricism, and the magnificence of language. The only thing that exists is torment, lyricism, and the magnificence of language.
John C. Hawkes quotes: As in The Lime Twig dream and illusion are right at the center of Charivari. As in The Lime Twig dream and illusion are right at the center of Charivari.
John C. Hawkes quotes: When we lived in Juneau, Alaska, it was a town of about 7,000 people, and totally isolated; the only way to get to it was by ship. When we lived in Juneau, Alaska, it was a town of about 7,000 people, and totally isolated; the only way to get to it was by ship.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I used to carry about with me a German map-case filled with poems. I used to carry about with me a German map-case filled with poems.
John C. Hawkes quotes: I do not feel an exile from America in any sense. I do not feel an exile from America in any sense.